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Afghanistan. Tahir Qadiry, the Afghan ambassador to Poland, thanks for helping to evacuate his family

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Afghan Ambassador to Poland Tahir Qadiry, whose family evacuated from Kabul flew to Warsaw, thanked on Friday in social media for help, addressing, among others, President Andrzej Duda and Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki. “History will remember your gesture of goodwill,” he added.

The family of the Afghan ambassador to Poland, evacuated from Kabul, flew to Warsaw, the head of the National Security Bureau, Paweł Soloch, informed on Friday.

Tahir Qadiry thanks you

Afghan Ambassador to Poland, Tahir Qadiry, thanked the Polish authorities on social media.

“Thanks to HE President Andrzej Duda, HE Prime Minister (Mateusz Morawiecki – ed.), HE Paweł Soloch from the National Security Bureau, HE Witold Sobkow (director of the Asia and Pacific Department – ed.), My Brother Ambassador Adam Burakowski (Polish ambassador to India – ed.) .), for the wonderful Natalia, Marcin, Anna and all the others who haven’t slept for many nights, to help their partners. We will always remember that “- wrote Qadiry.

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Afghanistan after the Taliban entered STRINGER / PAP / EPA

“We cannot ignore the joint, tireless efforts made by senior officials at the Polish Ministry of Foreign Affairs and other institutions to help their friends at this time of trial. History will remember your gesture of goodwill,” he added.

Soloch: it was a personal wish of President Andrzej Duda

– It was the president’s personal wish to look after especially the Afghan diplomats who are in our country and their relatives. And here it was about ensuring the possibility of evacuation – said Soloch to the Polish Press Agency.

He recalled that the evacuation of Afghan citizens carried out by the Polish government since Tuesday follows two routes – through Uzbekistan and Turkey. – The president wanted us to take these actions – remarked Soloch.

Main photo source: STRINGER / PAP / EPA

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